Environmental Health

Environmental Service Code Revision Notice
Coconino County Health and Human Services (CCHHS) Environmental Service Codes are being revised. Facilities licensed by CCHHS may be affected by these proposed changes. 

Please see the list of the potential changes and/or additions to each section of the current Environmental Services Code.

 

View a short informational video outlining the proposed Environmental Service Code revisions: 

A public hearing is schedule for Dec. 10, 2019 at 6:00 pm at the Coconino County Board of Supervisors Chambers. 
The Board session is open for public comment. If the County Board adopts the proposed code revisions, enforcement of new rules could begin March 10, 2020 (90-days post board approval), based on board comment.

We would like to hear from you:

Please take a moment to complete a brief survey to provide your comments or questions regarding the proposed Environmental Services Code Revisions: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/cchhscoderevisions.

Postcard graphic

An informational letter was sent to all CCHHS licensed facilities potentially impact by the proposed Environmental Service Code changes. A copy of the letter is available at: LINK..

Please note, the food code will not be addressed until a final draft is adopted at the State level.  This adoption by the State of Arizona is anticipated to occur sometime in late 2020.  CCHHS will notify businesses potentially affected by changes to the food code at a later date.

EH Division Services & Responsibilities


The Environmental Health Division provides services to prevent food-borne, water-borne and communicable diseases. Through education and regulatory enforcement of Public Health Statutes, rules, codes, and surveys are performed on:
  • Body art facilities
  • Campgrounds & trailer parks
  • Diseases of animals that can be transmitted to humans are monitored
  • Food establishments
  • Food Manager Certification & Food Handler booklets are provided on a regular basis
  • Provide plan review for all licensed businesses
  • Public accommodations
  • Public announcements are released through the media as necessary to protect public health
  • Public health nuisance complaints
  • Public & semi-public bathing places
  • School grounds

Food Manager Testing Dates, Cost & Locations


The CCHHS Food Managers' Certification Test is offered at both the Flagstaff and Northern Region Office. The cost is $55 and must be paid at the testing location. Payment is required in order to preregister. Food Manager Certificates are valid for three years.
  • Flagstaff Office - Testing is offered on limited Thursday at 9 AM in the Ponderosa Room, 2625 N. King Street, Flagstaff. Preregistration is required and must be completed in person. Payment is made at time of preregistration. Call (928) 679-8760 for information.
  • Page Office (Northern Region Office)- For registration and additional information contact Shirley DeJolie at (928) 645-9400 or Leanard Breaux at (928) 645-3082. Testing is held once a month on a Tuesday from 1 PM to 3 PM Mountain Standard Time (MST).

Fee Change Notice


Effective 06/23/2019 the following fees will apply for each transaction:

  • Credit card transactions - 2.35% or Minimum $1.95
  • Debit card transactions - 1% or Minimum $1.95
  • No fee will be charged for Cash and Check purchases.

Related Resources